Posted by sportsfan1 on June 16th, 2010
I am just wondering how one person’s mistakes can cause an entire school to get punished so severely. Usually punishments should fit the crime. Eye for an eye, that sort of thing. If I understand it correctly, the NCAA is punishing USC for incidents that took place several years ago. It appears as if Pete Carroll and Reggie Bush are both shocked at the punishments because they DON’T fit the crime. I believe USC is being made an example of at the expense of the next wave of high school seniors and college kids and not of the players and coaches who were involved. Basically, it has caused untold consequences and collateral damage for tomorrow’s players. What judge would think is fair?